Friends General Conference

Nurturing faith and Quaker practice
Dunnings Creek Friends Meeting House (Painting by Kevin Kutz - Used by permission)

Dunnings Creek Friends Meeting

Worship with us!

Dunnings Creek Friends Meeting House (Not a valid address for mailing)
285 Old Quaker Church Road
Fishertown, PA 15539
United States
What's the Latest?

Watch this space, especially in winter, for announcements related to weather conditions. Our goal is to post announcements about delays or closures by 7:00 a.m. on Sunday Morning.

We also post special events here.

Where will you find us?

Dunnings Creek Friends Meeting House:

You will find the meeting house at 285 Old Quaker Church Road, Fishertown, Pennsylvania 15559. It is wheelchair accessible with help. There is no hearing assistance system. 

The Meeting House is about nine miles northwest of Bedford, Pennsylvania. From Bedford, take I-99 north to the State Route 56 exit and go west 3.1 miles to Old Quaker Church Road, where a sign to Fishertown points to the left.

Go left on this road for 0.3 miles to the meeting house and turn left where a red fire hydrant marks the driveway. Park in the parking lot. Enter the door at the rear of the meeting house.

Fishertown Quaker Museum (Currently open only on special occasions)

        From the Dunnings Creek Friends Meeting parking lot, turn left onto Old Quaker Church Road. Go about .1 mile and turn right on Valley Road.

        Go about .7 mile. You will go up a small rise in the road. Just beyond a sign, “Watch Children,” you will see a sign, Fishertown Museum on the right. After  the sign, turn into the driveway. You are there!

We welcome your telephone calls or emails:
            Susan Williams, Co-Clerk, 814-839-2952    [email protected]
            Dave Bohnert, Co-Clerk, 301-697-6968      [email protected]

Meeting Times (Sundays)

9:00 a.m. Gathering for refreshments and fellowship

10:00 a.m. First Day Studies - Discussions of Quaker traditions and current events

11:00 a.m. Meeting for Worship in the silent tradition.

Fishertown Quaker Museum

The idea of creating a Quaker museum in
Western Pennsylvania had been discussed by
several interested persons. This idea quickly 
evolved into the concept of preserving this 
historic meetinghouse under the auspices of
Dunnings Creek Friends Meeting as well as
opening the building as a museum reflecting
the development and history of Quakerism
in Bedford County.  

The Museum is not yet open to the public
except by appointment.